Anyone hoping that Microsoft would make the Windows 10 Mail app truly scalable will be disappointed by this first UI density update.
Recent Windows 10 Stories
Heading home from Seattle and reflecting on this week's Build conference, I'm struck by the major change in Microsoft's tone and direction.
Microsoft drops new Redstone 5 build of Windows 10 with major new features, including a dark theme for File Explorer.
Microsoft only announced a handful of new features that will come to Windows 10 in a future upgrade. That's great news.
Microsoft announced today that .NET Core 3 Will support Windows desktop applications via a set of add-on packs in 2019.
Microsoft announced today that there are now over 700 million PCs running Windows 10, a jump of 100 million since the last check-in.
Microsoft pushes forward with cross-platform experiences in Windows 10 with new Your Phone app, Timeline integration on Android and iOS.
Microsoft brings Fluent Design to a broader range of Windows app developers, new AI-powered code suggestions to Visual Studio, and more.
This is the strongest sign yet that Microsoft is walking away from its legacy platforms in favor of its future in the cloud.
Apple acquired the Texture digital magazine service back in March. But now it's killing the Windows 10 version of the app.
Microsoft is finally adding a powerful built-in screenshotting tool to Windows 10.
Windows 10 version 1803 is a serious step backward in software quality, erasing all of the reliability wins that Microsoft earned over the previous two releases.
Microsoft has acknowledged that Windows 10 version 1803 can "hang or freeze" while running certain applications and will fix the issue.
If you're a Windows Insider looking to take advantage of Redstone 4's "magic window," as I call it, your time is about to run out.